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Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2
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- Leading manga franchise worldwide: Interest in the property is higher than ever where vibrant Naruto communities of North American fans flourish
- Tremendous 3D battles with over 40 characters: Engage in dramatic boss battles using special fighting techniques
- Play the game like living inside the manga world: Stunning graphics and real time animations show off 18 interactive and destructible levels
- Each mode will allow the players to live the action from the point of view of one of the three main characters, offering completely different experiences
- Take on the world with your finely honed skills. Includes an exclusive card system which allows players to show their ninja style
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NARUTO™ SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 brings the worldwide hit manga franchise to life in completely new ways. With refined fighting mechanics, a rich story mode with deep replay value, and the first online play ever in the Naruto franchise, the game is nothing less than the most electrifying fighting-adventure game ever.
Key Game Features
- Leading manga franchise worldwide – Interest in the property is higher than ever where vibrant Naruto communities of North American fans flourish
- Tremendous 3D battles with over 40 characters – Engage in dramatic boss battles using special fighting techniques
- Play the game like living inside the manga world – Stunning graphics and real time animations show off 18 interactive and destructible levels
- Deep three part Story mode than can be played over and over – Each mode will allow the players to live the action from the point of view of one of the three main characters, offering completely different experiences
- Playable online for the first time – Take on the world with your finely honed skills. Includes an exclusive card system which allows players to show their ninja style
Platform: PlayStation 3
Top Customer Reviews
The games story mode follows in similar fashion to the first game in which there are a mix of selected fights from the manga/anime that are on transforming battlefields with large scale attacks as well as a mixture of regular fights. Although not every scene from the manga and anime is covered in terms of fighting, those that are pretty good. The game does a good job of splitting it up between not just fighting fights with Naruto and what not. The village in the game has been completely redone from the first and looks gorgeous. You can also travel on foot through locations other than the Hidden Leaf Village. It actually looks like a recreation of how it appears in the anime.
The game has a cast of over 40 characters with the main team ninjas available in the beginning, along with Sasuke, and the ninjas from the Village Hidden in the Sand. You can unlock characters through the story or the use of satisfying conditions and gaining storm points (in game credit earned from everything, can be used to unlock titles and more).Read more ›
This is the latest in the Ultimate Ninja chain and takes place in the Naruto Shippuden era of the show, beginning with Naruto's return to the village and ending a little after Pain destroys the village. The story may not appear to familiar to someone who has only seen the American version of the show because it is farther ahead of the show's timeline.
The story mode has you a lot more involved as character then the last game. You travel and speak to characters and agree to take missions instead of last game's method of simply accessing the menu and picking a mission. This makes the story mode of the game more interesting and more interactive but it also means that you end up having to run back and forth. The map is bigger compared to the last game and you can travel to other lands beyond the Hidden Leaf Village. Unfortunately if you were looking forward to jumping on rooftops and smash open lamps for money, it's not a viable strategy in this game. This game expects that you have to stay on the ground. Another improvement over the previous edition is that you can customize your battle items before you fight in story mode. And, of course, the graphics are also a lot better.
The fighting style and controls are generally similar to the first game. This game comes with a lot more characters than the other game. You unlock characters by getting storm points instead of through the story. You get storm points by winning battles and completing missions. When you get a certain amount of points, you unlock a new character.Read more ›
This is a nice telling of events all the way from the beginning of Shippuden to the end of the Pain Arc. I didn't watch the series for this part (I started to watch at season 10), and I got a ton out of the storytelling in this game. They do a great job of making you feel for the characters and you never feel like the story's rushed. In fact, I've gone back to watch a couple of these older episodes and the game does a much better job.
Some people will love the combat, and others will hate it. I'm part of the former group. Combat is very simplistic in theory: Circle is attack, Square is to throw kunais, X is to jump, Triangle is to charge chakra and perform special moves. If you're used to fighting games with large lists of combos, you'll have to acquire a taste for this type of game. Things are shaken up a lot when the game throws support characters and chakra moves at you. Support characters are called upon with L1/RI during combat and perform a move before leaving the screen momentarily to recharge. They each have different combat roles you assign them to perform automatic actions later on in your match. By tapping Triangle, you can perform special moves like ninjutsus, dashes, and more powerful kunai throws. You'll have to use your best judgment during matches to decide when to unleash support and when to expend chakra for special moves. Thus the game is simple in theory and complex in motion.
For the single player, you'll go around in a large game world and go to your destination to initiate fights.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A newer one always come out here and there. I rather stay away until the 'last series' of this franchise.Published 3 days ago by Linkin Pork
This game is good for the story, but it seems the first ninja storm was much better than this! A lot of features that was in Ultimate Ninja Storm 1 was erased in this game, which... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Anthony G.
Quick delivery. A great game for any nerd-like 11 year old boy who excels in his math studies, practices his writing without complaint even if he doesn't like to, and starts the... Read morePublished 8 months ago by vinmoet
I spent way too much playing this game which is a testament to how addictive it can get. I can't count the amount of hours I spent playing this with friends. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Javier Mendoza